From snowball bombardment at Notre Dame to rapid-firing snowballs at some offending parties to snow cones for the winners, the Dash runs through it all.
Over the past two seasons, more than one-third of the 119 teams in Division I-A college football changed coaches. Heading into the 2008 season, more than a few coaches need good results to keep their jobs, writes Mark Schlabach.
Ivan Maisel and Mark Schlabach share the three things they can't wait to see this fall in the Mountain West.
Take a look at what MWC questions were answered this spring and what problems linger heading into the fall.
From Hawaii's success to Notre Dame's struggles, here's a look at the non-BCS teams' midseason report.
What are the top programs of the last decade? That's the question ESPN.com has attempted to answer this week. Todd McShay looks at programs Nos. 76 to 100.
Take a look at what Mountain West questions were answered this spring and what problems linger heading into the fall.
Boise State's charge into a BCS bowl and Colt Brennan's record year highlights the non-BCS conferences overview.
Wyoming 27, San Diego St. 24
Let's see ... the defending champ lost its coaches, the traditional powers are struggling and Wyoming is the favorite. It's a wild year in the Mountain West.
Nothing was off the record when our college football experts talked about the state of college football.
Our college football experts share the three things they can't wait to see this fall in the Mountain West Conference.
Don't accuse the Utes of running up the score; 46-point leads can be squandered.
For Wyoming to continue its progress and make 2004 memorable, something exciting has to happen away from home.
It seemed just last month that Gary Crowton might be coaching out the string at Brigham Young.
Utah could be the team that finally busts the BCS, but Urban Meyer isn't worrying about all that -- yet.